Solitary 7 mm oval pink pearly papule with overlying telangiectasias Skin tags

Solitary 7 mm oval pink pearly papule with overlying

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Solitary 7-mm oval pink pearly papule with overlying telangiectasias Skin tags: Molluscum Contagiosum Virus (MCV): Multiple 3–5-mm pink firm smooth domed papules with central umbillications, Guttate Psoriasis: Scattered erythematous round drop-like, flat-topped well-circumscribed scaling papules and plaques Plaque Psoriasis: Scattered erythematous to bright pink well-circumscribed flat-topped plaques on extensor knees and elbows, with overlying silvery scale Atopic Dermatitis: Bilateral erythematous, lichenified (thickened from rubbing) poorly circumscribed plaques Nummular Dermatitis: Multiple round coin-like eczematous plaques on arms, legs, and abdomen, with overlying dried transudate crus Fluid Filled lesions: Herpes Simplex Virus: Multiple 2–4-mm vesicles and pustules on erythematous base Herpes Zoster: Grouped 2–5-mm vesicles on erythematous base on left upper abdomen and trunk in a dermatomal distribution that does not cross the midline Rhus Dermatitis or Allergic Contact Dermatitis: Scattered 2–5-mm erythematous papules and vesicles with transudate crust, some with linear arrays Pustule: Acne Vulgaris Bacterial folliculitis: Furuncles Abscesses: Deep infections Benign Lesions: Cherry Angiomas Seborrheic Keratosis: Scattered stuck-on verrucous plaques on back and abdomen. Over 30 small round brown macules with symmetric pigmentation on back, chest, and arms . Solar Lentigines (lentigo): sun spots Benign melanocytic nevi: Flat macules/Moles Dermatofibroma: larger and deeper than a papule Keloids Cyst Lipoma Rough Lesions: Actinic Keratosis: superficial keratotic papules that come and go on sun damaged skin Superficial Xerosis or seborrheic dermatitits: scale is less keratotic and improves with moisturizers, or mild topic steroids Cutaneous Horn/ Keratotic scale: should be bx for SCC Squamous Cell Carcinoma (SCC): Keratoacanthomas are SCCs that arise rapidly and have a crateriform center Often have a smooth but firm border
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  • Fall '15
  • Test, Cutaneous conditions, Contact dermatitis, Squamous cell carcinoma, Human abdomen,  Motor

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